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Harvest have slowed down this month as the garden is mostly cleaned up for the year. I shelled by dry beans and put them in jars. This basketful is the last of the tomatillos before the frost. We’re enjoying leeks … Continue reading
On Saturday I picked the first tomato! It was a sungold cherry, from one of the plants that was transplanted with protection in early May. Also this week, the first of the Fava Beans And lots of chamomile. See other … Continue reading
The first snowdrop Sorrel sprouting Rye grass greening Chickens enjoying the rye grass Sap simmering on the stove Maple syrup in jars Spring has begun!
This week was a slow week for harvests. There is enough to go out and pick a few things for dinner but the large harvests are long gone. The two major things remaining in the garden are Brussels sprouts and … Continue reading